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where jahar tsarnaev is now in serious, but stable condition an fbi affidavit says he was seen using a cell phone after leaving a backpack at the scene of the explosion this, is video of the capture friday night. he will be tried in federal court and not in a military tribunal. senator feinstein says she wants to know about jahar's brother, tammerlan, questioned two years ago before a six month trip to rush yoo ya. >> did he sit in his aunt and uncles home six months or doing something else. when he came back why, didn't it ring a bell with the fbi? intelligence unit that he should be checked out? >> investigators again searched the boat where jahar tsarnaev was found and investigators in boston tell abc news they're looking into whether tammerlan tsarnaev was involved in a unsolved triple murder around the 10th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. >> san francisco is taking part in a world wide campaign in support of boston now. runners gathering at chrissy field tonight and abc 7 news is live at chrissy field with the story for us. >> this is happening other city as krogs ker
today with using a weapon of mass destruction. charges read in his hospital room where jahar tsarnaev is now in serious, but stable condition an fbi affidavit says he was seen using a cell phone after leaving a backpack at the scene of the explosion this, is video of the capture friday night. he will be tried in federal court and not in a military tribunal. senator feinstein says she wants to know about jahar's brother, tammerlan, questioned two years ago before a six month trip to rush yoo ya. >> did he sit in his aunt and uncles home six months or dododododododododododododododode should be checked out? >> investigators again searched the boat where jahar tsarnaev was found and investigators in boston tell abc news they're looking into whether tammerlan tsarnaev was involved in a unsolved triple murder around the 10th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. >> san francisco is taking part in a world wide campaign in support of boston now. runners gathering at chrissy field tonight and abc 7 news is live at chrissy field with the story for us. >> this is happening other city as kro
in that interview, new details about the questioning of jahar tsarnaev, and concerns that a big mistake may have been made. stand by for this important interview. plus, a gathering of five american presidents. you're going to see who got emotional, who got laughs at the opening of president george w. bush's library. i'm wolf blitzer. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. the world. you're in "the situation room." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> the terrifying scenario, imagine if the marathon bombing suspects had gotten out of the boston area after the attack and headed straight to times square in new york with bombs ready to blow. new york city officials now confirming that jahar tsarnaev has told investigators what he and his brother had planned. let's go to times square right now. mary snow is standing by with the very latest. mary? >> well, wolf, new york city's mayor and the city's police commissioner say the fbi told them there was talk of tar getting times square. but few details were offered. in the chaos of last week's manhunt for tamerlan a
earlier today. authorities say the two suspects jahar and tamerlan tsarnaev are brothers of chechen ethnicity. the older brother has been shot and killed but the younger brother, jahar is on the run from police. police say the 19-year-old is armed with explosives. watertown massachusetts and other surrounding areas in boston are on lock down. s.w.a.t. teams and police going door to door looking for remaining suspect. >> we have several other new leads just developing and we're working on that. >> the fbi leased more pictures of the alleged trift along with a new wanted poster. >> they can wait him out in a way. he's going show himself at some point. they'll see him if he tries to move. i think that is the hope. >> thursday night a surveillance camera captures this image matching the man identified just hours before as suspect two. later police say the brothers ambushed a campus police officer and m.ti, killing and after car jacking a mercedes suv. the uncle says he hasn't been in touch with nephews for years but urged his sur are vifing nephew to surrender. >> jahar if you're alive
is headed for recovery. jahar tsarnaev is now in fair condition reportedly telling investigators the bombing plot was his brother's idea tonight we're hearing from the man credited for ending the manhunt for jahar. he called police after discovering the suspect hiding in a boat in the backyard. >> hits you more afterwards. you think, my god, we probably slept last night this guy could be -- that, you know, i don't know it's just surreal. >> a closed hearing was held today to discuss fbi handling of his brother, tammerlan. some wonder if the fbi could have done more to prevent the bombings. >> im i've never seen an effort as positive as this one is in terms of the cooperation and communications between laumplt and investigative agencies i believe they'll get to the bottom of it. >> today the medical examiner reported tammerlan, who died, sorry. the autopsy completed of tammerlanful he died in a shoot out of police the medical examiner said no one has come to claim the body. >> two victims of the violence were laid to rest today. the family of 8-year-old martin richard held a private funeral t
. jahar tsarnaev is now in fair condition reportedly telling investigators the bombing plot was his brother's idea tonight we're hearing from the man credited for ending the manhunt for jahar. he called police after discovering the suspect hiding in a boat in the backyard. >> hits you more afterwards. you think, my god, we probably slept last night this guy could be -- that, you know, i don't know it's just surreal. >> a closed hearing was held today to discuss fbi handling of his brother, tammerlan. some wonder if the fbi could have done more to prevent the bombings. >> im i've never seen an effort as positive as this one is in terms of the cooperation and communications between laumplt and investigative agencies i believe they'll get to the bottom of it. >> today the medical examiner reported tammerlan, who died, sorry. the autopsy completed of tammerlanful he died in a shoot out of police the medical examiner said no one has come to claim the body. >> two victims of the violence were laid to rest today. the family of 8-year-old martin richard held a private funeral today calling
of jahar tsarnaev friday night. officers are negotiating with the saw sparks and aziz held inside a boat. >> , a out on your own terms. >> they when through back yards to get to the boat and police were rushing them. >> are you ok? >> reporter: it is just minutes later that they captured him. he had lost blood, was week but had put up a fight in that backyard. in gauging and gunfire and the entire neighborhood was on lockdown. as officers went door-to-door terrified. >> on the cypress street they were combing through this suspect. this is a resident of watertown. >> they searched the living room area. the dining room, the bedrooms, bathrooms, the kitchen. >> reporter: or the searching to the cabinets? >> not through the output of the bedrooms, closet doors and making their way to the back. >> reporter: this is his own footage. during these moments they did not know where he was or if he was carrying explosives on his body. >> knowing that they had him surrounded and so close to our neighborhood thought that maybe it could have been in our neighborhood. >> reporter: vivian's stevens lives
reported jahar tsarnaev was photographed in times square last fall. we have a booking photo of tammerlan from his arrest on a domestic violence charge. massachusetts officials now confirm and he his family were on welfare until last year, declared ineligible and cutoff. investigators have recovered one handgun used in a shootout with police last week, these photos were taken. the gun had numbers scratched off. police say 250 rounds were fired in the gun battle in which tammerlan was killed. and records from a fire works manufacturinger show tammerlan bought two pyrotechnic kits in january. it's not clear if used in the marathon bombs but a large device found in his brother's dorm room. >> with the focus of security cameras following boston bombings getting pictures of the suspects there is one city that requires many businesses to install their own surveillance systems. vic? >> the city of el cerrito has an ordinance requiring certain businesses to install cameras inside of the premises. it does not cover outside cameras. not yet. the city passed the law years ago. >> we were victims of
say tammerlan and jahar tsarnaev planned to set off bombs in times square. this plot hatched spontaneous lay cording to the police commissioner while driving around in an suv hijacked thursday night. >> they realized the vehicle was low on gas and ordered the driver to stop in a gas station. the driver used this opportunity to escape and call the police. >> on capitol hill today republican senator lindsay gram blamed the obama administration because neither the fbi nor cia knew that tammerlan had been advocating jihad against the united states for months online. >> we were unable to connect the dots and pick that up. the rest is history. between benghazi and boston, our systems are failing and we're going backward. >> the fbi searched a landfill today looking for explosives the suspects might have used for practice. >> bart taking a look at emergency preparedness. the police chief briefed the board on steps taken after the bombings and what still needs to be done. >> this exercise was just a drill but highlights the very real threat to the transportation system. the chief say
. officials say tammerlan and jahar tsarnaev planned to set off bombs in times square. this plot hatched spontaneous lay cording to the police commissioner while driving around in an suv hijacked thursday night. >> they realized the vehicle was low on gas and ordered the driver to stop in a gas station. the driver used this opportunity to escape and call the police. >> on capitol hill today republican senator lindsay gram blamed the obama administration because neither the fbi nor cia knew that tammerlan had been advocating jihad against the united states for months online. >> we were unable to connect the dots and pick that up. the rest is history. between benghazi and boston, our systems are failing and we're going backward. >> the fbi searched a landfill today looking for explosives the suspects might have used for practice. >> bart taking a look at emergency preparedness. the police chief briefed the board on steps taken after the bombings and what still needs to be done. >> this exercise was just a drill but highlights the very real threat to the transportation system. the chief say
suspect and investigation the boat where jahar tsarnaev was found was towed away tonight. for days investigators have been going over evidence in the boat. today the 19-year-old moved from the hospital to a federal prison medical center about 40 miles outside of boston. u.s. intelligence official tells abc news his mother was on the same terror watch list as her son, tammerlan. >> tonight money matters a payout for mark zuckerberg. facebook stock still is not near where it started last may, zuckerberg cashed enough options to put $2.3 billion in his pocket. shairld sandberg awarded shares worth $850 million. tesla unveiled a no fault washt warranty for it's no fault luxury sedan. only thing it will not cover is a crash. >> chevron said it made $6 billion in profits however, the revenue came in about $13 billion short. and the time it's taken to repair damage at the richmond refinery here in the way area. >> it's been a month since a switch to all electronic tolling and officials say it's going better than expected tlchl is some confusion at the begin bug that seems to have ironed o
jahar tsarnaev was moved this morning under heavy guard to a federal prison hospital 40 miles west of boston. fbi agents continue to search a landfill near the university of massachusetts where tsarnaev was a student. the agency has not yesterday sed what it's looking for. and tonight we're learning more about the suspect's mother. a u.s. intelligence official says she was on the terror watch list, added to the list at the time her son, tammerlan was put on it. according to the cia information from russia says both were strong, militant believers in islam and russia was concerned they might cause trouble. >>> a remarkable discovery in new york city. construction crews found part of a plane used in the september 11th attacks. they were surveying a site when coming across a part of the landing gear wedged between two buildings. the medical examiner will evaluate the soil to determine if there are human remains. the development of the center has been stalled over protests it's too close to ground zero. it's about three block as way. the new york post reported the building could be tur
the boat where jahar tsarnaev was found was towed away tonight. for days investigators have been going over evidence in the boat. today the 19-year-old moved from the hospital to a federal prison medical center about 40 miles outside of boston. u.s. intelligence official tells abc news his mother was on the same terror watch list as her son, tammerlan. >> tonight money matters a payout for mark zuckerberg. facebook stock still is not near where it started last may, zuckerberg cashed enough options to put $2.3 billion in his pocket. shairld sandberg awarded shares worth $850 million. tesla unveiled a no fault washt warranty for it's no fault luxury sedan. only thing it will not cover is a crash. >> chevron said it made $6 billion in profits however, the revenue came in about $13 billion short. and the time it's taken to repair damage at the richmond refinery here in the way area. >> it's been a month since a switch to all electronic tolling and officials say it's going better than expected tlchl is some confusion at the begin bug that seems to have ironed out. perhaps too well. >> this toll
our way. >> for the first time we're hearing the voice of boston bombing suspect jahar tsarnaev. >> we can make it. no. give me a hit that a girl. now, get out he's teasing his niece in this video. for the investigation law enforcement officials now believe he or his older brother received outside explosives training possibly in russia. the president discussed security in a phone call with vladimir putin. in other developments "wall street journal" reports female dna has been found on at least one of the bombs. >> a fund-raiser for aaron hern raised more than $4,000 yesterday. hundreds of people, many whom know the family took part in the run and walk on sunday. walking and ran and raised $4200, circling the track in martinez. the 11-year-old was injured while waiting to see his mother cross the finish line in boston. >> u.s. customs officials confiscated giants tee shirts and hats and now making good use of the loot. the gear seized during the world series home games sold on the street outside of the ballpark. now, $6400 worth of the tee shirts, hats and bean yeez are being donated to
, this is crazy. tragedies happen. >> they say jahar tsarnaev was on the campus days after the bombings and seemed unaffected. the students learned he was a suspect when they saw his photo on television three days after the ect ploetions , ploekses. meantime, copley square and boylston -- explosions. meantime, copley square and boyleston remain closed as the fbi go law and scourest -- go through and scour the streets. >>> the oakland as are in boston getting ready to begin a series with the bostp red sox. this morning two as players and one coach hope to meet young aaron hemp. he's the 11-year-old boy from martinez who suffered a serious leg injury in the bombing one week ago. as batting coach, brandon moss and josh reddick all plan to visit his hospital room before today's game. first lady michelle obama visited aaron last week. >>> we now know that the fbi interviewed the older brother, tamerlan tsarnaev, the older brother, he was -- they interviewed him two years ago, tipped off by russian authorities that he was a follower of radical islam. coming up at 8:15, some lawmakers want to know if the
was laid to arrest. from his hospital bead bed, the suspect faced a judge. jahar tamerlan tsarnaev is charged with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. he could face the death penalty. we are also learning more about what happened to the m.i.t. police officer who was killed. a source close to the investigation says that he was shot four to five times as he sat in his patrol car and was unable to radio in for help. a memorial service will be held for him tomorrow. we're told that vice president joe biden will be attending that. >> all right. thank you, tori. >>> back here at home, san francisco police remain on high alert following the boston marathon bombings. the police department increased patrols and transit centers, sports events and other possible targets. and there soon could be more security cameras on market street. police are saying one of the best tools they have are our eyes and ears, the public. officers are telling everybody, watch out for anything unusual and immediately report any suspicious activity. >>> 7:32. even though crime has increased in san jose,
lert. they got him. police taking 19-year-old jahar tsarnaev into custody. the first burst of gunfire heard in the neighborhood. >> holly, holly. -- holy, holy. >> soon after, neighbors seeing and hearing a round of flash blasts. then word the suspect was hiding in a boat outside of a town home. >>> a call came in to the watertown police. three boston police officers with state troopers and fbi agents responded to franklin street. a man had gone out of his house after being inside of the house all day, abiding by our request to stay inside. he walked outside and saw blood on a boat in the backyard. he then opened the tarp on the top of the boat and looked in and saw a man covered with blood. he retreated and called us. we set up a perimeter around that boat and over the next hour or so, we exchange gunfire with the expect and the hostage rescue team removed the suspect of whom was still alive in the boat. we want to take suspects alive. >> i understand that. >> can you talk about -- . >> we want to take someone alive so we can find out what happened and hold them to justice
information investigators have gotten out of ja- har.but he is expected to survive. ja-har tsarnaev has been hospitalized since friday night after in a boat. ja-har and his 26-year old brother tamerlin are accused of the marathon bombings that killed 3 people and injured more than 170 others. police also say they killed a m-i-t police officer, car-jacked a man, and engaged in a shootout with police just hours after the fbi released surveillance images of them shootout, and police say his younger brother drove over him when fleeing. the from russia who have lived years. officials are trying to figure out whether older brother tamerlan was triple murder that happened of 9-11 in the boston suburd friends with one of the victims.who had their throats slashed. year. some lawmakers on capitol hill are asking whether the f-b-i dropped the ball on the boston bombing suspect. that's after learning the agency questioned one of the alleged bombers two years ago. tamerlan tsarnaev was interviewed at the request of the russian government in claimed he was a follower of radical islam. congressmembers. inc
bombings. a second target. we know both jahar and tammerlan tsarnaev were planning offsetting off more times at times square. >> jahar told investigators he and his brother planned to go to new york to party, and then changed his story, saying they wanted to set off the rest of the explosives. police say the brothers had everything they needed to continue in manhattan. >> the two brothers had six improvised explosive devices. one was a pressure cooker bomb similar to two that exploded at the marathon. other five were pipe bombs. >> investigators believe their plan to set off explosives went off course when the owner of the vehicle they car jacked managed to escape and call police. the fbi searched a landfill looking for bomb-making materials. >> the parents their mother held a news conference today, they says she regrets moving her family to the us us and maintains her son's innocence claiming evidence is all fabricated. >> the 11-year-old martinez boy returned to the scene of the blast today. according to our media partner, around hern visited with his family, a friend of the family s
suspect was moved from a boston hospital to a massachusetts prison. jahar tsarnaev is being held in tharmy base. the 19-year-old is recovering from injuries that he suffered during his attempted getaway last week. the latest casualty figure shows that 260 people were injured in the boston bombing. that's far than first reported. 31 people replain in boston area trauma centers, including many victims who lost their legs or feet. these critical injuries require very expensive operations. one charity group has already raised $25 million in individual and corporate donations to help pay the hospital bills. >>> the boston bombing case is now fueling the already- emotional debate over america's immigration policies. the chairman of the house judiciary committee said the terrorist attack could lead to major changes in the way the u.s. grants ai sum to immigran--asylum to immigrants. the two brothers came to the u.s. from russia with their families ten years ago. >>> san francisco supervisors want to know if mayor lee's training program for tech jobs is benefiting the city as a whole. the company
a little bit more about jahar tsarnaev. you just knew the younger brother? >> yeah. >> you said, boy, that looks like jahar, but you were just joking? you didn't think it was really serious? >> no, like i said, most of my friends felt the same way. >> did you talk to them last night about it? >> i won't say that. this morning is more or less when we started to really confer about it, and talk amongst each other. last night it was more or less an idea in the back of your mind. it wasn't something you wanted to bring to the forefront of your mind. you don't want to implicate anybody that you know is involved in something of that magnitude. >> all of a sudden this morning you get confirmation that these two brothers are the suspects. >> right. >> i don't know, how did you react? >> we took to social media and our yearbooks, and wanted to confirm that the names matched up. that photos were, you know, matching up. i mean, it was complete shock. you're just trying to figure out who to call, and who to contact and see what they know, and see if -- who's been in contact with him as of late.
following the terror attack. just two days after the bombing, 19-year-old jahar -- we're calling him jahar, they said that was his americanized name -- tsarnaev was resuming his college life. he went to the gym and even partied with friends on wednesday night. one student telling the "boston globe" he looked relaxed. we've also learned details from his twitter account. we believe it belonged to him. two of his friends say it did. showing that right before the bombing, on april 15th, a tweet was sent out reading, quote, ain't no love in the heart of the city. stay safe, people. and after the bombing, another tweet reading, quote, i'm a stress-free kind of guy. well, you'd have to be to kill at least three people, plus a cop, and maim dozens of others, and injure 160-plus. most of the tweets were from the account of -- they were pretty normal, talking about things like tv shows and cars, yet, you know, all along we understood, he understood what he was about to do. we are also learning about the older brother's wife. yes, he was married, according to the authorities. and young child. he has
that two brothers, tamerlan tsarnaev and his younger brother... ( laughter ) a little help. >> zo-car sa-my-ev. >> ja-har zar-nye-eff. >> joe-car sar-nev. >> joe-hay sar-nay-off. ( laughter ) >> stephen: i'm going to go with white hat guy. ( laughter ) these brackets killed a young policeman, carjacked an s.u.v., ending with a high-speed chase and a firefight in which tamerlan was mortally wounded, ending his life as all islamic terrorists dream-- at beth israel hospital. ( laughter ) ( applause ) meanwhile-- meanwhile, white hat guy fled the scene so authorities start a massive manhunt, ordering the entire city of boston to shelter-in-place. marking the first time an american city has been completely shut down if you don't count detroit. ( laughter ) it is-- it is unprecedented, folks. cnn's susan candiotti 7, i think, capturedly the feeling best. >> the streets are empty. it's ear. it's as though a bomb had dropped somewhere. ( laughter ) >> stephen: well said. that's cnn susan candiotti reporting live from no-(bleep)ylvania. ( laughter ) ( applause ) they finally caught white hat gu
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